Trump’s latest EPA pick works for company linked to NJ Superfund site

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MICHAEL SOL WARREN / NJ.COM – The candidate that President Donald Trump has picked to oversee the cleanup of Superfund sites around the country is currently employed by one of the companies responsible for some toxic sites in N.J.

On March 2, the Trump administration announced that Peter Wright had been nominated to lead the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Land and Emergency Management. That office is responsible for overseeing the cleanup of Superfund sites, the nation’s most toxic and polluted areas.

New Jersey currently has 114 designated Superfund sites, more than any other state in the nation …

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